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YOUR TOP 15 (PLUS TWO): It’ll be another banner chart week for Steve Barnett’s reorganized, revitalized Capitol Music Group, as Arcade Fire (seen above performing at the Tower) will be the #1 album and Katy Perry claims the #2 spot. The Top 10 will feature no fewer than six debuts, including the year's highest-charting holiday albums to date (from Kelly Clarkson and Duck Dynasty's The Robertsons). Judging by early indications, these two may well go head-to-head for the Yuletide album crown. Here's how it looks headed into the weekend.

*Arcade Fire (Merge) 130-140k
Katy Perry (Capitol) 90-95k
*Kelly Clarkson (RCA) 65-70k
*The Robertsons (EMI Nashville) 50-55k
*Toby Keith (Show Dog) 35-40k
*Thomas Rhett (Valory) 30-35k
Drake (Young Money/Cash Money/Republic) 30-35k
*Linkin Park (Warner Bros.) 30-35k
Miley Cyrus (RCA) 28-32k
Lorde (Lava/Republic) 28-32k
Pearl Jam (Monkeywrench/Republic) 25-28k
Luke Bryan (Capitol Nashville) 21-24k
Justin Timberlake (RCA) 19-21k
Cher (Warner Bros.) 16-18k
Paul McCartney (Hear Music) 16-18k
Imagine Dragons (KidinaKorner/Interscope) 14-16k
Florida Georgia Line (Republic Nashville) 14-16k

*Debuts

In other news, we're really sick from eating all that Halloween candy somebody put in a bowl by the microwave. Damn you, Charleston Chews! (10/31p)

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